Trains from Rimini to Bologna

Rimini Train Station
Rimini Train Station

Traveling by train from Rimini to Bologna is a great way to get around the Emilia-Romagna region while you are visiting Italy.

Trains between these cities generally depart two to three times an hour. Departure times vary, so you should consult the timetables in advance.

The journey time for trains from Rimini to Bologna is between 55 minutes and 2 hours and 35 minutes. The travel time ultimately depends on the kind of train you take. This is because there are three types of trains that run between the two cities: high-speed Frecciabianca trains, reasonably fast InterCity trains, and slower regional, or Regionale, trains.

Ticket prices for trains from Rimini to Bologna depend on the kind of train you take. Tickets for Frecciabianca trains can cost as little at 19 euros for first class if you book online in advance, but cost up to 25 euros if you do not. For second class tickets, you will pay 9 euros online ahead of time and 19.50 euros at the station.

Tickets for Intercity trains start at 9 euros for first class for advance online bookings and go up to 18 euros for purchases made at the station. Second class ticket prices start at 9 euros and increase to 13.50 euros for later bookings.

Train tickets for Regional services cost 15.40 euros for first class and 9.20 euros for second class, regardless of when and where you purchase them (they can only be bought online if the departure date is less than seven days in the future). Some regional trains do not offer a first class service.

Regardless of when and where you purchase your tickets, if you receive standard paper tickets you will need to stamp them in the yellow machines at the train station before you depart. This will mark the date and time on them, ensuring that you do not get fined when your ticket is checked on the train from Rimini to Bologna.

Trains from Ravenna to Bologna

Ravenna rail station
Ravenna Train Station

Traveling by train from Ravenna to Bologna is an easy way to get around the Emilia-Romagna region when you are visiting Italy.

Trains between the two cities depart from the Ravenna station and arrive at the main train station in Bologna, which is called Bologna Centrale.

All trains on this route are regional, or Regionale, trains operated by Trenitalia. They are basic trains and are not particularly fast or luxurious, but they are clean and comfortable.

Direct trains from Ravenna to Bologna leave up to once an hour, so it is easy to find a departure time that works for your travel schedule.

The journey time on this route is 1 hour and 20 minutes, making it a quick and easy trip.

Train tickets for services between these cities are cheap, and cost 6.80 euros one-way for second class and 11.30 one-way for first class (if the first class service is offered). Tickets can be purchased online or at the ticket office or automatic ticket machines at the Ravenna train station prior to departure.

Whichever method of purchase you choose, make sure to stamp your ticket in one of the yellow machines in the station before boarding the train from Ravenna to Bologna. This will validate it and ensure that you do not have to pay a fine when your ticket is checked on board.

Trains from Bologna to Rimini

Interior of a train in Italy
Train to Rimini

Taking the train from Bologna to Rimini is a good way to travel in the Emilia-Romagna region when you are visiting Italy.

Trains between these two cities run up to four times each hour throughout the day. Departures vary by hour, so make sure to check timetables before you travel.

The journey time on trains from Bologna to Rimini is between 52 minutes and 2 hours and 24 minutes. The time depends on the type of train you take. There are various kinds of trains that travel on this route, including high-speed Frecciabianca trains, InterCity trains, and Regional trains. Frecciabianca are the fastest and Regional are the slowest.

Tickets for trains from Bologna to Rimini vary in price depending on what type of train you travel on. Tickets for Frecciabianca trains can cost as little at 19 euros for first class if you book online in advance, but cost up to 25 euros if you don’t. They cost 9 euros and 19.50 euros, respectively for second class.

Tickets for Intercity trains start at 9.00 euros for first class online and go to 18.00 euros, and start at 9.00 euros for second class online and go to 13.50 euros.

Tickets for Regional trains from Bologna to Rimini cost 15.40 euros for first class and 9.20 euros for second class, regardless of when and where you purchase them (they can only be purchased online if the departure date is less than 7 days in the future). Some regional trains do not have a first class section.